It is finally here! Thanks to Tamir Recycling and the Jerusalem Municipality, glass recycling stations are now spotting up around Jerusalem.
I spotted my first this past Sunday on HaPalmach Street in Katamon, on the corner of Nili Street, next to the Co-Op Supermarket and Anise Teva store.
*Please comment on the blog post with others you have found. I am currently trying to get a proper list (#bureaucracy)😉, but in the meantime I will start to list them all at the end of the post.
If you haven’t read my recent posts about Recycling in Jerusalem and talking to Amanda Lind of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI), the main question I got from my readers was wanting more information on glass recycling in the city, because there were no stations around, there is a lack of information, and many people just drop their glass containers next to the plastic recycling cages. You only get a deposit back at the supermarkets for beer bottles and most wine/grape juice bottles.
We really need to thank Tamir Recycling for their commitment to recycling all materials and their educational initiatives for children. They have wonderful marketing and both interactive and printout games. Most require none or limited Hebrew.
This is a link to their interactive game for i-phones.
Check their website here for print-out games for children and here for coloring pages.
Until I get a proper list of all the stations (#bureaucracy), either from Tamir or the municipality, please do comment below with any other’s you have found.
Glass Recycling Stations in Jerusalem ♻️
(An Unofficial List provided by lovely Jerusalemites)
Katamon: 44 HaPalmach Street, corner of Nili.
Katamon: Rabbi Halafta Street near San Simon Park
Katamonim: Maagalei Yavneh
German Colony: Near the post office on Emek Refaim.
Arnona: Leib Yaffee near Siegfried Mozes.
Baka/Talpiyot: Derech Beit Lechem 118.
Nachlaot: Rechov Agrippas, outside the Maccabi Pharm.
Nachlaot: Narkis Street, right where it turns into Lod.
Mekor Baruch/HaTurim: Corner of Yafo Street and Gesher HaHayim
Center of Jerusalem (Town): King David Street, next to Hebrew Union College
Center of Jerusalem (Town): Haneviim Street close to Davidka Square
Central Bus Station/Romema: Outside the Bezeq Building on HaTsvi Street
Malcha: The recycling center by the tennis courts. (Between Teddy Stadium and the Pais Arena)
Ramat Sharet: Ramat HaShachar Supermarket, near the Egged Terminal.
Beit HaKerem: In the recycling center near Matnas Ziv
Armon Hanatziv: Adam Street
Kiryat Yovel/Ein Kerem: Derech Karmit
Ir Ganim/Kiryat Menachem: One is at the corner of HaNurit and Dominican Republic, across from the makolet. The other is in the parking lot behind the co op shop on Rechov Mexico.
Ramat Eshkol: Paran Street
Har Choma: Sha’ul Avigur near the Matnas.
Har Nof: Ha-Rav S Sha’ulzon Street
Ramat Shlomo: Corner of Admur Milubavitch and Rav Druk Street
15 Replies to “Glass Recycling has arrived to Jerusalem Neighborhoods”
King David street has
Finally!!! We’ve been waiting decades for this!!!
It’s exciting I know😀👍♻️ Thanks for commenting.
ramat shlomo – corner of admur milubavitch and rav druk street
Great, thank you I will add it in!
There is glass and metal recycling INSIDE the Talpiot Osher Ad. It’s across from the customer service booth as you exit the store (strange location but I’ll take it)
Thank you Sandy! Does it look the same as the purple bins featured here in the post?
There is one in Talbiya also: Gdalyahu Alon St.
Hi, i went today to look for the two in Nachlaot, and I couldn’t find them. Is it possible that they were removed?
I don’t live in Nachlaot, but I doubt they would have been removed. Especially the one on Agrepas next to the Macabi Center (you checked there?). Next time I am in the area I will check for you.
A google map would work well for me, a visitor who does not know streets or neighborhoods. Government should do that, maybe.
Verry nice post